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Canadaigua 9/22

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Fished south end deep water for lakers. Was with 6 other guys and my girlfriend. We all ended up doing a few lakers with 2 being 12 - 15 lbs. My girlfriend did her first laker ever and it was when she was all alone in the shanty. By the time I got to her she had the fish already out of the hole. Going back to try in the morning. Hopefully the ice will still be ok. Be safe and tight lines. First pic is mine second is my girlfriend with her first laker and the last is my buddy with a monster

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When we left at noon it was still solid 5 plus edges getting ****ty though

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Very nice bondouley. Those big lakers sure aren't starving to death either are they? :lol:  Nice pics and great results! Lets hope the ice holds up until the cold sets back in supposedly on Monday for the next week and a half....From where that pic of the biggest was taken it looks as though you had quite a walk to your spot too if you went out from the launch and lucky the snow wasn't there like last weekend :)

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Wow those are nice. Congratz. I walked from woodville launch Tuesday, all the way to 100ft, caught a little billy laker that wouldn't have even been a meal for those big ones.

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Thanks guys. Les we have permission on the se side makes deep water 100 yards from shore.

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Cool! (you lucky dog) :)

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Those are some great fish. I primarily fish keuka for lakers but would like to get on canadaguia this week. When you say deep water how deep are you actually going? Over 200ft?

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Thanks. We usually fish from 135- 170 ft of water. Keuka has a ton of fish in it but not really any size. We fished Keuka till canadaigua locked up safe. We have caught a lot of fish over 10 lbs in the last couple of weeks. Have a few over 15 and 1 even pushing 20

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That's Exactly why I want to make the move. I think I'm going to head over there on Friday and find some permission. Where would you advise me to go? Because it's so deep along the whole shoreline does location really matter?

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Location doesn't matter as long as its deep water. Yea we r lucky to have the permission that we do. Good luck!

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Very nice fish!!!  (remember it is a compliment, lol [j/k])  I tried to get out this past weekend but my kids were nice enough to share their stomach bug with me!!  Going to head out this Saturday before the Penguins stadium game, probably on Keuka though.  What size hole do you drill?

 

Again nice fish!!

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Thanks floatfisher and hahaha. Feeling your sick pain that was me a couple weeks ago. Im thinking we r going to keuka this weekend but not sure yet. Just looking to get my girlfriend on a bunch of lakers. We just a use 6" augur

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What do you like to use bondouley Spoons jigs n soft plastics? I have had success with both I even pulled up a burbot this fall on a diamond jig in front of the red cottage on the east side that is for sale.

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Tg8 did that burbot come from canandaguia or Keuka?...its on my hitlist!

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Canandaigua, 105ft couple hundred feet off that red cottage that's for sale almost directly across from the marina on the east side.The one I caught was on a rock pile. post-152733-13933855744378_thumb.jpg

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Very cool! Thanks for the info I kept hearing that they were not in canadaigua anymore

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Tg8 yes we use soft plastics and spoons tipped with berkley gulp

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bshanggi if you want to catch a burbot then id fish onieda we catch a few of them there every year

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Have you ever eaten one? They should be good as they are a member of the cod family I think....

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sk8 they are delicious when you clean them they just have 2 strips of meat like back straps. you just cut those into medalions and wrap in bacon they taste just like scallops they are delicious!

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This is one i got a couple yrs ago

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